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Author: Milton R. Bass
In Jory's own words: "It was on the afternoon of my fourteenth birthday that Ab Evans kicked my pa to death in the Train End Saloon." This untimely ending made Jory a gunslinging orphan, violence bound. And it made him a man -- even befoe he was a boy.
ISBN: 34198
Pages: 223
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Publisher: Fawcett Crest
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a good Cowboy story. Lots of action, interesting story and characters. On the back of the book is this review from the Pasadena Star-News, "The plot, the characters, the entire book are fresh and brand new. It's a marvelously funny.... It's great. Jory is unique, both the book and the boy." Printed in 1971.